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Me on the Radio

November 25, 2010
Todos os Domingos das Oito ás Dez da noite Eu estou na Rádio Nostalgia, endresso:

“The legend of the almond blossoms”

July 25, 2010

“The legend of the almond blossoms”

A poem  based on the legend “lenda das  amendoeiras”


Long ago and far away

In a kingdom to the west

Lived a handsome Moorish king

Who endeavoured to do his best.

He ruled a province strange to him

Though this he did not choose

To rule the land of the Al-garve

In the west of Al-Andaluz.

He was a fair and wise ruler

Ensuring his land was free of strife

The only thing missing said the courtiers

Was the presence of a wife.


And ...

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Um professor reformado

July 24, 2010

“ A história de um professor reformado”

poisía de Frank Letras


Agora que estou velhinho,

Posso passar um momentinho,

Prá minha história contar,

Tento enche-la de humor,

Lágrimas, sorrisos e amor,

Até mesmo ó acabar.

Mesmo logo de menino,

Não fugi ao meu destino,

Pois nasci para ensinar.

Sim, deixei alguns sonhos rasgados,

Mas nunca por má intenção,

É difícil não magoar alguem,

Quando se tenciona porem,

É dirigir a ambição.

Há crianças já crescidas,


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Marques de Pombal

October 26, 2009
Dizia-se na tradicao que em tempos que ja la vao, o Pombal em franca guerra
acabou pra nunca mais, com as touradas reais em pracas de Salvaterra.
O Marques de Pombal;
um verdadeiro heroi Portugues.
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Images of Evora

October 26, 2009
Evora will always be my home town. It is where I was born and where my family emanates from, so there will always be a special place in my heart reserved for the city. Apart from being choc-full of history it is also stunningly beautiful. I hope you get a sense of this in these image
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Europa League and all that!

October 26, 2009
Nobody was more impressed than I over the 5-0 thrashing Benfica gave Everton in last week's Europa League encounter in Lisbon. Everton are traditionally tough opponents and can prove very hard to beat indeed. I know one result doesn't prove anything but I am an eternal optimist, after all. Let's have a lot more of those and see the eagles back where they rightfully belong, in Europe's premier competition, the Champions League.
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October 26, 2009

The basic ingredients of Portuguese feijoada are beans and fresh pork or beef meat. In northwest Portugal (chiefly Minho and Douro Litoral) it is usually made with white beans; in the northeast (Trás-os-Montes) it is generally prepared with red (kidney) beans, and includes other vegetables such as tomatoes, carrots and cabbage. The stew is best prepared over low heat in a thick clay pot.

Portuguese feijoada is usually served with rice and assorted sausages such as chouriço de carne, morcel...

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Images of my country

October 26, 2009
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